O'PEEP'S PROCESS MAPPING EXPLANATION
You have a very limited understanding of what is going on here? However, you should improve the yield, speed up a process, improve output, or reduce costs. None of these, you are just supposed to solve a problem? It seems to make sense to first of all understand what is going on? Yes, what you need is to map the process!
A Process Map is a visual display of activities in their logical sequence.
Process maps help to:
There are many different approaches to process mapping. Before choosing a process map define clearly what is the objective and understand what each type is for.
Besides those 5 main process mapping approaches, there is an extra one more focussed on summarizing inputs and outputs rather than displaying the activities in their logical sequence:
SIPOC: A high-level process map that supports process scoping. With SIPOC you will detect the process behind a problem and identify relevant stakeholders. You understand what to pay attention to.